Model #ATFB6700FS0 FRIGIDAIRE Residential Washers

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Error Code ATFB6700FS0 Frigidaire Washer

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my fridigaire washer keeps turning off mid cycle and is not working

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Alina F. -
August 18, 2011
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I'm sorry for the problems your having especially if service has been out but the problem continues.

Some problems can be very subtle and difficult to pin down but there is one clue in your description of the problem.

The E20 code indicates a problem with the water draining out of the tub.

You also say it takes forever for the water to fill and there is a loud noise.

If the washer is turning off mid cycle then the problem most likely has something to do with the draining or the filling.

First check the drain hose is not to far down the standpipe. If it is to far down then the water might siphon out during fill. The water would fill and drain at the same time which might trigger an the E20 error.

The pressure switch may be at fault. If the water fills and drains but the pressure switch doesn't react then an error will be displayed. When the washer is empty one trick is to remove the pressure switch hose and blow through it towards the tub. This may clear out an obstructions that interfere with the pressure switch seeing the water fill or drain.

If the washer is taking forever to fill then that might cause the error code. If the water is just trickling in then the long fill might trigger an error code. The inlet screens on the valve might be clogged with mineral built up. Replacing the water valve may be needed to correct this problem.

One cycle I would like you to try is the "Rinse Only" cycle. This is a simple, short cycle that should just fill once, drain and spin. If the washer will do this then the major components are most likely okay.

Make sure the water drains out and let me know if the drain pump is the source of the noise you hear.

This may take a little time to find the problem but this should be a good start. Let me know how things go and we'll try to figure out the next step.

Thank you for letting me help.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 20, 2011
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Hi Fred, I don't know if you can help me, my Frigidaire Gallery Series Front loader washer has been fine up until today. This morning it started turning on and off over and over again. The actual washer would not begin but the lights and numbers appear as if I've pushed the start button once (and if i hit it again would actually begin). Sometimes it does it every five seconds, sometimes it does it every half hour. When I try to do an actual wash it seemed as if the door had trouble locking. The digital part also seemed to be having problems, it would show numbers sometimes and other times show odd shapes. Have you ever heard of this happening? Thanks for your time.

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beth -
January 07, 2012
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Beth, I may be able to help you with this but first reply with a model number. There can be subtle differences between machines even though they look the same.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 08, 2012
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Thanks, it is GLEQ2152ES

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beth -
January 08, 2012
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Oops I take that back, that is the dryer. The washer model number is GLTF2940FS

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beth -
January 08, 2012
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The lights flashing may be an error code. The washer should be able to tell up what it thinks is wrong. Try this first and see if we can't generate an error code. The 2nd image shows how to enter and run a diagnostic test cycle. If it does this but won'e run an actual cycle then the door lock is the likely problem. You can reply with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 10, 2012
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FRED--- hi I have the same problem as above. My washing machine keeps turning on and off by itself. It works fine when in use, doesn't turn off mid-cycle or anything, but it does turn on and off when not in use. My model # ATF7000EEC. There is no error code, its just as if i were pushing a button to start it up. But it doesn't start up a wash or anything, Thanks in Advance!!!

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Christy -
August 21, 2013
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Christy, the image below contains the instructions to enter and run the diagnostic test on your washer. From the description of the problem I suspect you have a stuck button on the console. Do all the buttons seem to push in the same? If the test runs okay then the main control is likely okay.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 22, 2013
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On my Frigidaire ATFB6700FS0 washer I was getting an E41 error which thankfully turned out to be a faulty door latch/switch. For $30 I successfully swapped out the switch and the washer is working again. However, I believe the old latch was broken (had some missing plastic on the lower edge of the flange) because the door sags about 1/4" and the striker doesn't align perfectly with the latch. The door is fairly loose on the hinge and can easily be lifted while closing the door to better align the striker. I am trying to figure out whether my sagging door is the result of a fault with the hinge that attaches to the body of the washer (part #134550800) or the corresponding portion of the door frame (originally part #134550740, now superseded by #134550702.) From the parts diagram I can't really figure out how the hinge and door parts mate together, so can't quite figure out which part is the problem and whether there might be a mechanical modification (shim, etc.) that would cure the problem. From Googling around I gather this is a fairly common problem - perhaps the reason the original door frame was superseded? What's the best approach to positively diagnose this problem?

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Steve -
October 18, 2013
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